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Scene Snaps: Australian Fashion Week, Resort ’19

Last week was full of sunny resort swim, but outside the runway, the looks told a different story as Aussie street stylers tried to predict the fickle Sydney weather. The result? The fashion pack’s best trans-seasonal style: layers, boots and blazers in springy, bright colors.

Have a flip through this glimpse of the fashions down under.

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part Four

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

In the blink of an eye, another Fashion Month is in the books, but not before going into the woods with Chanel. See how the fashion pack arrived in style to the most buzzy show of Paris Fashion Week.

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10 Bag Styles from Fashion Week’s Streets

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Photos by Crystal Nicodemus

As winter draws to a close, the time has come to make some critical updates to your handbag collection. Luckily, the street styles of Fashion Week have left us with plenty of inspiration. For spring, we’re drawn to the bags that make a statement—aesthetically, culturally, satirically and literally—and lots of Gucci. Below, our top 10 styles from the streets of New York, London, Milan and Paris to help you transition your accessories wardrobe.

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part Trois

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

No other city in the world inspires like Paris. For the grand finale of fashion’s spring tour, street stylers came suited (sometimes literally) in their finest, most fashionable duds before Chanel closes the curtain on Fashion Month. Off-the-runway, primary colors continue to reign supreme (yellow and red, especially). And trench coats? Still your most important spring essential.

Here’s the fashion that lit up the City of Lights.

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Get the Look: Black, White and Red All Over at Paris Fashion Week

Photos by Crystal Nicodemus

Between Saint Laurent’s sensational presentation at the Eiffel Tower and the deep freeze looming outside, Paris Fashion Week has been—in a word—dramatic. The same can be said of the street style. We’re always here for multiple layers—faux furs, bright puffers and plaid trenches—but we also love seeing pops of color, red especially, strutting in front of the Grand Palais. Ahead, a collection of our favorite looks from the final stop on the fashion tour, Paris.

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Fashion Week Beauty Roundup: Get These New York, London, Milan and Paris Looks Using M·A·C

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As Fashion Week touched down in cities around the globe, we saw everything—and that’s everything—from rainbow confetti nails at Maryam Nassir Zadeh to spare eyes (and heads) at Gucci, in terms of beauty. Eager to try the bold, sometimes bizarre, looks created by the industry’s top artists, we’ve rounded up tools and tricks of the trade to re-create our favorite faces from New York, London, Milan and Paris, all created using beauty’s backstage superbrand MAC Cosmetics.

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part Deux

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

As pretty as the city is on any day of the year, during Fashion Week there seems to be extra elan in the Paris air–even when that atmosphere is alternating rain and snow. This season, showers couldn’t keep showgoers from turning up in their finery. Balenciaga heels alternated with Triple S sneaks on the street. Power-suiting again prevailed. And coordinating handbags with coats was the new move.

Here’s the fashion that lit up the City of Lights.

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Scene Snaps: Paris Fashion Week, Part One

Images by Crystal Nicodemus

Grand Paris is putting on a show that rivals the Folies Bergère this Fashion Week. The temps might be low, but the style is haute in and around the esteemed venues hosting designers’ fall 2018 collections.

Here’s a glimpse at the variety of fashions on the theater of people in the streets.

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Scene Snaps: Milan Fashion Week

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Italy’s fashion capital looked bellísima thanks to the intrepid, colorful getups on the showgoers in the streets. On their way to and from Fendi, Prada and Gucci’s extravaganzas, the fashion faithful took time to give their own walks, showcasing their moda in Milan.

Here are a few looks that certainly got our attention. Bravi, ladies!

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Gucci on the Catwalk and Sidewalk at Milan Fashion Week

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Alessandro Michele has always challenged conventional ideas of beauty. He casts models that look more like misfits; they appear on the runway gangly and un-made-up, with awkward hairstyles and angry expressions. Gucci Fall 2018 was an exception only in that some had extreme body modifications—an extra eye or a spare head.

The show was set in an operating theater, which the brand stated “reflects the work of a designer—the act of cutting, splicing and reconstructing materials and fabrics to create a new personality and identity with them.” Recasting unlikely references is Michele’s specialty. His inspirations are broad, ranging from the ancient to science fiction, the glamorous to the grotesque. His collections could struggle to hang together, except that each is sprinkled with the excess sparkle of a fairy tale, macabre and transcendent. Instead of performing surgery on specific bodies or creating from cut cloth, Michele more so operates on the social fabric of Western Civilization, our cultural stories, identities and memories. It’s peak postmodernism, so it’s no surprise that the designer referenced Michel Foucault’s identity theories in his show notes.

AT THE SHOW & ON THE STREET

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